Our Anti-Bullying Rules

  • We will not bully others.
  • We will try to help students who are bullied.
  • We will try to include students who are left out.
  • If we know that somebody is being bullied, we will tell an adult at school and an adult at home.

News

  • Register for the PSAT test by 10/8 in order to take the test at PVMHS on 10/18.

    It is strongly recommended that any junior planning on attending a four-year college should take the PSAT’s. Any sophomore who took Geometry in the 9th grade is recommended to sign up for the PSAT’s. Students can sign-up with their Guidance Counselor. The cost is $25.00 cash/check. Checks are payable to “City of Peabody”.

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  • 2014 College Fair at PVMHS is 10/9

    The Guidance Department of Peabody Veterans Memorial High School announces the Annual College Fair will be held on Thursday, October 9 from 6:30 -8:30 pm. Click on the headline above for more information.

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  • Eat at Olive Garden and support the Higgins Boys & Girls Club

    Olive Garden Restaurants across the country are doing a "round Up" fundraiser for the Boys and Girls Club. Over the course of the next month, when you go to Olive Garden and pay by credit or debit, your server will ask you if you would like to round up your bill to the next dollar. The difference will be donated to the Club. The Olive Garden on Route 114 is donating to our Peabody Unit!

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  • The Peabody Health Department reminds residents to continue to take precautions throughout the fall to prevent mosquito-borne illnesses.

    Even though summer is over, mosquitoes will be with us throughout the fall until the first frost. It is important to take a few common-sense precautions to protect yourself and your loved ones. Click on the headline above for more information.

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  • Transportation Info on Pay to Ride Now Available

    If you live in the walking zone and there is an available seat on the bus that follows your routes, you may apply for Pay to Ride. The program will be granted on a first come, first serve, space available basis. For more information, click on the headline above.

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  • Peabody Visual Arts Faculty Exhibit

    Through Nov. 14, at the ArcWorks Community Art Center, 22 Foster St., Peabody, MA. Click on the headline above for more information..

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  • Volunteers Needed for the BOKS program!

    BOKS, Build Our Kids’ Success, is a free before school program sponsored by Reebok. The BOKS program runs for 2 days/week for 10 weeks at all eight elementary schools. The BOKS program focuses on the importance of exercise and nutrition and provides students the opportunity for movement before school to help prepare them for a day of learning. BOKS is designed to involve the whole community and is led by parent and community volunteers. We are currently looking for Lead Trainers at the Center, McCarthy and West Schools, as well as volunteers at each Elementary school. If you are interested in any of the Lead Trainer or volunteer positions, please contact Maria Caruso at carusom@peabody.k12.ma.us.

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Our Mission

We prepare each student to reach his or her full intellectual, creative and individual potential through a fully integrated and diverse curriculum to meet the responsibilities of citizenship. 

School & District Reports


tutor.com
The Peabody Institute Library and the Peabody Public Schools are pleased to announce that Peabody residents now have access to free, live homework help and career assistance through Tutor.com. Tutor.com is available to K-12 and college students for help with homework, studying, projects, essay writing and test prep. Adults can get help with job searches, resume writing GED prep and more. Go to www.tutor.com/peabodyinstitutelibrary and enter your library card number to get started.

Textile recycling

Generates $$$ for the PTOs - City saves $$$ on disposal fees - Helps the environment

The Bay State Textiles Recycling Rebate Program is happening  through out the Peabody Public Schools; collection boxes have been installed at each school. The focus of the program is to spread awareness to the problem of textile waste while generating revenue for the schools.  The program offers a rebate of $100 per ton for the textiles collected.  The beneficiary of the rebate will be the individual school PTO's. 


There are 520 MILLION pounds of textiles that end up in landfills and incinerators each year in Massachusetts of which 95% can be recycled.  This costs taxpayers thousands of dollars in disposal fees. The Beverly Public Schools have collected over 60,000 pounds generating over $3,000.00 for the Beverly PTO's since the launch of their program in May. 

The rebate checks are disbursed monthly for the month prior.  For example you should receive the November rebate payment by the middle of December.  The checks are done on line and have to be cashed with in ninety days or the check is returned to Bay State Textiles so please make your school office aware that the checks will be coming and cash the check in a timely manner.